Famous People I Have Shot (at Nashville Image) Part 1

Here is a new idea I have of showcasing my fabulous clients and their time-travel adventures. These are the absolute most fun clients in the world.

You will see Weddings, an actual surprise Wedding Proposal, Wild West, The 20’s, Titanic, Civil War, kids, couples, families, groups of Wild Women – friends, sisters, mother-daughters.

The two-minute travel back in time for the month of September at Nashville Image:

A Silent Movie

Love In September

Are you in a relationship or wanting to be in a relationship?

Are you wanting to make your current relationship a bit richer or maintain the absolute joy you currently have?

If you answer any of the above questions with a YES, here is a video I shot that may give you some “fuel for the fire”.

Love In September

 

Answers to all Your Questions About Life, Love, and Business

In my quest for answers about life, love, and business, I have discovered that creating videos for Radiant Wisdom Tarot has turned into a “Mission Accomplished”.

There a new Radiant Wisdom Tarot reading each week. If you choose to subscribe to my youtube channel, you will receive one notice as soon as a new one is uploaded and ready for viewing.

Here’s the link to my videos.

Suzanne Kammerer and Nashville Image Videos

Have a wonderful and gorgeous Summer.

My Solution To Getting Answers To Life’s Challenges

My Winter has been filled with a new photographic project – I am on a quest to create moving pictures instead of only still ones. Fun, fun, fun.

Equipment details: Panasonic HDC TM900, Autocue CS Glide, Manfrotto 501 Fluid Head, Manfrotto 3046 tripod, Sony Vegas Platinum 12 Suite, Serif Movie Plus X6, HP Quad-Core Dv7 Laptop, and lots of Hilo Mills Hawaiian coffee.

Here is the beginning of my creative journey.

http://vimeo.com/60769466

As an artist, I have reached points where I stall a bit on the creative flow, I run into challenges that seem like walls, and/or I wish I had a totally objective source for some guidance. Radiant Wisdom Tarot has become as valuable a tool to my artistic projects as the delete and backspace keys…that’s saying a lot!

My favorite and very positive and inspirational Radiant Wisdom Tarot Deck. This includes all 92 cards, the bag, the book, and the box.

The book gives detailed information on how to read tarot cards. It is a tarot reading guide and includes some easy card layouts. It also includes information about chakras, stones, astrological signs, energy, psychic powers, and using your intuition.

For me, it’s like getting a free tarot card reading anytime I want/need it and gives me a glimpse into the possible choices I have to discover answers and take action to achieve my goals. It takes leading a joyous life to a whole new level of conscious choices.

Anyway, I thought I would share this glimpse into Radiant Wisdom Tarot and Laughing Womyn Ashonosheni’s bright, positive, and clear tarot.

NOTE: This is also on youtube with some other Winter creation videos. Just type in Radiant Wisdom Tarot. In addition, visit RadiantWisdomTarot.com or go to Amazon or Ebay to purchase your own set.

I hope your Winter was filled with delightful adventures as well as restful peace.

Experiencing the world news from many different sources! Links included!

This is what it is, a list of news sources to visit to see, read, and/or hear what is going on in the world from many different points of view, experiences, and life filters.
News Sources

The Brown County Weddings That Changed My Life

I discovered this article that was written about Brown County Weddings and was linked to Nashville Image. The only change I would make would be to say that the Brown County Weddings at Nashville Image are truly unique and always celebrate the couple getting married and their commitment to creating a loving partnership for life.

The Wedding that Changed My Life
Posted on September 25, 2012

Brown County Weddings are the best weddings in the world. Last fall, I had the pleasure of attending my cousin’s wedding in the heart of Indiana. As fate would have it, that autumn wedding in Indiana turned out to be a life-changing experience.

The wedding began like many Brown County Weddings: it was held in a small, quaint, church that was filled with eager family and friends. However, any sense of normalcy ended after the ceremony when guests followed a path of perfectly spaced lit candles to the outdoor wedding reception area.

To say that the reception was like a work of art would be an understatement. From the temperate weather, to the picturesque setting, to the personalized wedding favors, everything was perfect. Every wedding guest in attendance was enjoying the scenic view provided by the elevated outdoor gazebo. Soft music funneled enveloped the guests as they enjoyed their four course dinner and awaited the cutting of the cake. This was definitely different than any of the Nashville Indiana weddings I had ever attended!

It was right at that moment that I met my husband when I edged my seat back to improve my view of the cake. He forgave me when my chair ended up landing directly on his foot, and kindly offered his seat to me. Unbeknownst to us, the wedding photographer captured these moments that marked the beginning of our own union, and ultimately our own wedding in Indiana. We hope that our story will inspire all of the lucky guests headed to any Nashville Indiana weddings!
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Free Top Quality Games, What’s Not to Like!

Here’s a place I have used for many years to get free top quality games. That means I get to play these full-games as long as I have the computer I first installed them on.

I am sharing this link because this is a fun and free way to play a variety of games from some of the top game makers i.e. Alawar.

http://game.giveawayoftheday.com

Medicinal Plants in My Garden

So here are some medicinal plants that you might want to include in your Native American Healing Herbs Garden.

Laughing Womyn is really the gardener here and I am the photographer and appreciator of all things beautiful – blooming or otherwise. She also took almost 30 years of her healing and counseling work to create the Radiant Wisdom Tarot and Book.

While I enjoy to the max the wonderful gardens, there is more to living these days…sigh. By adding in this positive tool of Radiant Wisdom Tarot, it’s easy to find answers to questions and be given some actions to take to fulfill dreams. The website is the place to order a set today. What’s not to like about taking great care of, self-nurturing, and healing the bits and pieces of your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual being.

This is quite a list and the links are included for more information.

Plants for Native American Garden

 

Colors of the 4 directions: East – yellow, South – red, West – blue, North – white

 

Traditional Food plants:

Maize

Source for heirloom maize seeds (zea mays) : http://www.victoryseeds.com/corn.html

Squash

Traditional varieties: Acorn, Boston Marrow, Pumpkin

Source for Boston Marrow (cucurbita maxima) seeds:

http://www.seedsavers.org/Details.aspx?itemNo=1433

Beans

Traditional varieties: kidney, navy, pinto, string, wax, Anasazi

Source for Anasazi Bean seeds:

http://stores.homestead.com/hstrial-Dabbott3/-strse-423/Anasazi-Bean–dsh–500/Detail.bok

Potato

Sweet Potato

Wild Strawberry

Fiddlehead Fern

Asparagus

Tomato

Beets

Cucumber

Cabbage

Carrot

Rhubarb

 

Traditional Medicinal plants of the 4 directions:

East: 

Alum root      Traditional: Heuchera Americana

Amaranth      Traditional: Amaranthus hypochondriacus or A. sanguineus

Lemon Balm & Bee Balm   Traditional: Melissa officinalis

Bird’s Foot Violet     Traditional: Viola pedata

Borage                     Traditional: Borage officinalis

Cardinal Flower        Traditional: Lobelia cardinalis

Columbine               Traditional: Aquilegia vulgaris or A. Canadensis

Fennel           Traditional: Foeniculum vulgare

Foxglove        Traditional: Digitalis purpurea

Garlic            Traditional: Allium sativum

American Ginseng    Traditional: Panax quinquefolius

Goldenseal     Traditional: Hydrastis Canadensis

Heal-all          Traditional: Prunella vulgaris

American Holly

Indian Paintbrush     Traditional: Castilleja coccinea

Lady’s Slipper                     Traditional: Cypripedium calceolus

Lily of the Valley     Traditional: Convallaria majalis

Maidenhair Fern       Traditional: Adiantum pedatum

Marigold        Traditional: Calendula officinalis

Rue               Traditional: Ruta graveolens

Sage              Traditional: Salvia officinalis

Wild Garlic    Traditional: Allium vineale

Yarrow          Traditional: Achillea millefolium

South:

Arnica           Traditional: Arnica Montana

Azalea, flaming        Traditional: Rhododendron calendulaceum

Bear Grass     Traditional: Yucca filamentosa

Beet              Traditional: Beta vulgaris

Bloodroot      Traditional: Sanguinaria Canadensis

Chamomile    Traditional: Matricaria chamomilla or recutita

Comfrey        Traditional: Symphytum officianale

Corn              Traditional: Zea mays

Crownvetch   Traditional: Coronilla varia

Cucumber      Traditional: Cucumis sativus

Dogtooth Violet       Traditional: Erythronium americanum

Evening Primrose     Traditional: Oenothera biennis

Forget-me-Not                    Tradtional: Myosotis scorpioides or M. sylvatica

Four-o’ Clock           Traditional: Mirabilis nyctaginea

Gourd            Traditional: Lagenaria vulgaris

Indian Tobacco         Traditional: Lobelia inflate

Larkspur        Traditional: Delphinium ajacis or D. tricorne

Mayapple

Pansy            Traditional: Viola tricolor

Pumpkin        Traditional: Cucurbita pepa (White Pumpkin)

Sage              Traditional: Salvia officinalis

Soapwort       Traditional: Saponaria officinalis

Strawberry     Traditional: Fragaria vesca

Tansy            Traditional: Tanacetum vulgare

Toadflax                   Traditional: Comandra unbellata

 

West:

Angelica        Traditional: Angelica archangelica

Asparagus

Bean              Traditional: kidney, navy, pinto, string, & wax

Black Cohosh           Traditional: Caulophyllum thalictroides

Blue Eyed Grass       Traditional: Sisyrinchium angustifolium

Blue Flag (Iris)         Traditional: Iris versicolor

Boneset                    Traditional: Eupatorium perfoliatum

Butterfly Weed         Traditional: Asclepia tuberosa

Cabbage

Carrot                      Traditional: Daucus sativus

Flax

Ginger                      Traditional: Allium sativum

Goatsbeard               Traditional: Aruncus dioicus

Hops                        Traditional: Humulus lupulus

Jack-in-the-pulpit

Turks Cap Lily         Traditional: Lilium canadense

Mugwort                  Traditional: Artemisia vulgaris

Parsley

Peppermint

Purple Coneflower    Traditional: Echinacea purpurea

Rhubarb

Rosemary

Spiderwort                Traditional: Tradescantia virginiana

Sunflower                Traditional: helianthus annuus

West continued:

Thyme                                Traditional: Thymus serpyllum

Trillium                   Traditional: Trillium erectum

Turtlehead                Traditional: Chelone glabra

Vervain                    Traditional: Verbena officinialis

Watermelon             Traditional: Citrullus vulgaris

Windflower              Traditional: Thalictrum thalictroides

 

North:

Adam & Eve Root    Traditional: Aplectrum hyemale

Blackberry

Black Cohosh           Traditional: Cimicifuga racemosa

Black-eyed Susan     Traditional: Rudbeckia hirta or R. fulgida

Blazing Star             Traditional: Liatris spicata

Bluebells                  Traditional: Mertensia virginica

Catnip                      Traditional: Nepeta cataria

Chickweed               Traditional: Stellaria media

Chickory                  Traditional: Cichorium intybus

Coltsfoot                  Traditional: Tussilago farfara

Elecampane              Traditional: Inula helenium

Fairywand                Traditional: Chamaelirium luteum

Crested Fern             Traditional: Dryopteris cristata

Feverfew                  Traditional: Chrysanthemum or Tanacetum parthenium

False Foxglove          Traditional: Aureolaria flava

Hearts-a-bustin’        Traditional: Euonymus americanus

Hepatica                   Traditional: Hepatica acutiloba

Lungwort                 Traditional: Pulmonaia officinalis or P. maculate

Field Mint                Traditional: Mentha arvenis

Mountain Laurel

Mouse Ear                Traditional: Gnaphalium uliginosum or Hiercacium pilosella

Oats                         Traditional: Avena sativa

Pale Beardtongue      Traditional: Penstemon pallidus

Pennyroyal

Cayenne Pepper        Traditional: Capsicum frutescens

Redbud Tree

Skullcap                   Traditional : Scutellaria lateriflora

Solomon’s Seal         Traditional : Polygonatum biflorum

False Solomon’s Seal                     Traditional : Smilacina racemosa

Speedwell                 Traditional : Veronica officinalis

Tomato                    Traditional: Lycopersicon esculentum

Wild Indigo              Traditional: Baptisia tinctoria

Wild Licorice            Traditional: Glycyrrhiza lepidota

Witch Hazel shrub

Wood Betony           Traditional: Stachys officinalis

What a great list and opportunity to heal and thrive. Peace and Joy.

Really big news Part Two – Figuring out how to live life!

Radiant Wisdom Tarot
The best toolkit for life on this planet
I have the most amazing tool for figuring out how to live life fully.

After many, many years of asking others and pondering endlessly in my own head, I now have the ability to ask ANY questions and get beautifully clear answers AND some possible courses of action to manifest the changes, improvements, clarity, and fun I seek.

Here is the tool, complete with fabulous full-color cards that “picture” my life clearly, a detailed and very easy to understand book, and a really plush velvet bag to keep the cards in when I am not using them or carry them with me for those spontaneous moments or to share the wisdom’s they reveal with friends, family, and even complete strangers who ask.

If anyone wants to add this to their tools for living life, you can go to RadiantWisdomTarot.com and order your own amazing “tool kit for life on this planet”.

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